Treating Epilepsy Naturally: A Guide to Alternative and

Treating Epilepsy Naturally: A Guide to Alternative and Hard to find information on epilepsy, presented by an author living successfully with the conditionDrugs commonly used to treat epilepsy have some extremely harmful side effects Treating Epilepsy Naturally is an empathetic, practical, empowering look at treatment options, lifestyle choices, and ways of living well Written by an author who has been successfully living with it herself for most of her adult life, this comprehensive guide offers alternative treatments to replace and to complement traditional therapies and sound advice to find the right health practitioner for you


10 thoughts on “Treating Epilepsy Naturally: A Guide to Alternative and Adjunct Therapies

  1. Naori Naori says:

    So the reason I m giving this book two stars isn t because it doesn t have useful information and legitimately couldn t help someone with epilepsy use non pharmaceutical methods of helping to treat their epilepsy I think it does offer a lot of guidance in terms of herbology, supplements, nutrition, etc It also is disarming in its


  2. Wendi Wendi says:

    Highly recommend for anyone with epilepsyBeing one of those frustrated patients who is not getting the answers I need about my seizures, I found this book very helpful It has given me many ideas to try and I am very thankful for that I will say that this book needs to be updated There are some terms used that could be offensive to other


  3. Ladypoet33 Ladypoet33 says:

    This helped me identify what type of epilepsy I have had since age 12 I finally know I have catamenial epilepsy and seizures are triggered by hormonal changes A lot of information on natural ways to prevent seizures.


  4. Gary Gary says:

    Liked Unique approach never discussed by doctors Understanding of why people don t want to take medicine Tons of interesting alternative solutions to try.Disliked Feels like taking 12 herbal supplement pills is no different than taking 1 prescription drug


  5. Kris Kris says:

    Treating Epilepsy Naturally was the second book I read completely, after my son was diagnosed with a seizure disorder at age 17 I can imagine that most parents go through shock when realizing their child has seizures, and we all need a reference to explain what is going on This book does that, and it is thorough in it s explanations Patricia Murphy goes thr


  6. Erica Erica says:

    Very good book on alternative therapies to epilepsy, which are reassuringly not all that different from standard medical knowledge and treatments most can supplement AEDs, or hopefully, take the place of them.Major findings Stress and tied with it, guilt is a major cause of seizures usually the main trigger People with a childhood history of abuse or long term hum


  7. Jessie Jessie says:

    This was the first book I read on epilepsy and after reading a few others, this one was my favorite It explained epilepsy well but I liked the research and details about alternative approaches for dealing with it All of the other books barely even mentioned alternative ways I did think it could have been formatted a littlesimply because you had to plow through it to get


  8. Peppermint Peppermint says:

    Excellent content.I had a string of bad Neurologists who did pretty awful substandard job too busy to give enough care whilst I was struggling with tonic clonic hellish months since 2009 I don t trust Epileptologists who think they know everything about seizures, busy classifying the types whilst they forget about the suffering pple go through.More book like this should come ou


  9. Athena Athena says:

    This book is so informative on drug therapy for epilepsy, chemically and naturally, and is a great guide for what meds do and don t mix Then what diet is needed to go along with treatments as well as signs, symptoms, reactions from natural therapy, why its better, and seizure types its a good read


  10. Joanna Joanna says:

    I read this book when my son Cameron s only diagnosis was ideopathic epilepsy, and it gave me hope It is an uplifting book filled with optimism about ways to make life better We never put any of it into place since Cameron s diagnoses changed so dramatically soon after I read it I should reread and see if any advice would now apply


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